Presidents' Day observed (University holiday); No classes
Last day for AS&E students (except first-year undergraduates) to DROP courses without record of enrollment; last day for undergraduates (except first-year undergraduates) to select PASS/FAIL option
Substitute Monday's schedule on Thursday
Students may drop courses online by 11:59 p.m. on SIS. For more information visit the Registrar's website.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors may complete a paper petition form to the Student Services desk in Dowling Hall by 5 p.m. Visit the Registrar's site for information on the PASS/FAIL option: http://students.tufts.edu/registrar/what-we-assist/course-registr
Weekly writing group for graduate students. Come once, come every week, or something in between! We are here for you!
Join alumni and deans in this annual workshop on preparing for and transitioning from graduate education to a career in industry, government, or non-profits.
Identify transferable skills, learn how to explore career fields and positions which may be a good fit, and develop a plan to discover and pursue career options with experts in the field. The evening will culminate with a networking event with alumni. Prior to this, students will have a chance to get tips and practice how to make the most of networking with alumni.
This is a Notation Track workshop.
Dinner will be provided. Registration is required for this workshop.
A monthly event that will provide graduate students interested in diversity and inclusion an opportunity to have a friendly discussion on various topics. These topics can range from personal experiences at Tufts (resources; classes; professors; school/work - life balance) to recent national/international events.
Food will be provided.
The 21st annual Graduate Student Research Symposium will provide Tufts graduate students with a GREAT opportunity to develop their communication skills as they deliver presentations on their research to a diverse audience. Choose one or more of the following sessions: 15 minute presentations, 5 minute presentations, or poster presentations. There are prizes in each category. Submit your abstracts here and please contact Brenna Gormally or Fanny Frausto (email@example.com) with any questions!
The event will take place on Friday February 24, 2017 from 12pm-6pm and will include a keynote speaker and reception. Abstracts can be submitted here (http://tinyurl.com/absgsc2017) and are due by February 9, 2017 at 11:59pm.
We are currently looking for faculty, post-docs, and alumni to serve as judges for one or more sessions, If you are interested, or know someone who may be interested, please contact the Brenna Gormally or Fanny Frausto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registration for attendance can be done here: http://tinyurl.com/reggsc2017
The Graduate Student Council is accepting nominations for the following awards by March 1, 5:00 PM:
- Outstanding Faculty Contribution to Graduate Studies: http://tinyurl.com/GSC2017facultyawards
- Outstanding Graduate Contribution to Mentoring or Teaching Undergraduate Students : http://tinyurl.com/GSC2017graduateawards
- 2017 Outstanding Graduate Student Organization: http://tinyurl.com/awards2017organization
An introduction to leadership styles, beginning with your own leadership style and examining the way others lead to begin to develop an understanding of which leadership style(s) may fit best for you. Case studies and interactive activities will support this exploration, and will provide techniques to demonstrate leadership expertise which can be implemented immediately.
This is a Notation Track workshop.
Dinner will be provided from 5:30 – 6:00 pm. Registration is required for this workshop.